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Eloisa Bentivegna is a computational physicist with over a decade of international experience in theoretical and numerical modelling of complex, nonlinear systems in gravitational physics. After obtaining a PhD in Physics, with a minor in High Performance Computing, from Penn State University in 2008, she has worked in research institutions and universities in the US, Germany and Italy, before joining IBM this year. She is an alumna of the Marie Curie and Rita Levi Montalcini funding schemes.
Software between Theory and Observation: Challenges and Strategies in Scientific Computing for relativistic Astrophysics
Scientific Software Development